Cafe Presse


When in Seattle, I had yogurt with honey and walnut at Cafe Presse. Here is great article about Jim Drohmah: What we discovered in Paris was that on certain days of the year or certain days of the week, all of the other restaurants would be closed and the only thing that was open was the local bar-café, and you go, “Okay, well let’s try it for dinner and see if it’s good or not.” And sure enough, it would be simple food that was well prepared and tasty. So that was really what we had in mind, to create something more lively, something stripped down in its food to more contemporary Parisian food that is widely accessible to people, that would serve whatever you needed from a public space during the whole course of a day. We’re open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week. Other than some place to sleep, we give you everything else that you can possibly hope for.


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